Those listed here are non-affiliated organisations or media outlets that either support the idea of LVT or, though maintaining a neutral policy, enable the publication of pro-LVT articles by their own members or outside contributors. Organisations are subdivided into groups according to the country in which they are based.
Click on the highlighted name to open the relevant article or website:
UK and Ireland
29.9.04 Joseph Rowntree Foundation: Independent Social Research Charity
2.12.05 IPPR: Institute for Public Policy Research
19.7.10 New Economics Foundation: Independent think tank.
2010. Demos: Independent left of centre thinktank.
25.11.11: 38 Degrees: Progressive political activism organization.
2.2.12 IFS: Institute for Fiscal Studies:
27.2.12 Tax Justice Network: Group against tax avoidance, and havens.
9.6.12 Quakernomics: Quaker website:
14.6.12 Oxfam: International charity combating poverty and injustice.
13.9.12: Taxpayers Against Poverty: Social Justice promotion group
5.12.12 Prospect Magazine
2013? Ekklesia: Christian social website:
18.02.13 New Statesman Left wing political magazine.
29.11.13 Res Publica: Independent non-partisan think tank
20.3.14 Tribune Magazine
8.5.13. Inside Housing: Social housing news and information
Ongoing Post-Crash Economics Society: (Manchester U. students’ recommended reading)
7.5.14 Scottish TUC:
5.10.15. Adam Smith Institute Libertarian think tank.
14.5.15. Centre Forum Independent Liberal think tank
Ongoing. Intergenerational Foundation: Non-partisan charity for intergenerational fairness.
1.4,19. British Retail Consortium;
18.7.20. Young Conservative Network. Pro LVT article by Tom Spencer:
15.2.21. Social Justice Ireland: Site Value tax
Ongoing Centre for Progressive Policy. Thomas Aubrey
(Australia & NZ)
2.8.13 The Conversation UK
28.2.16. New Economics Party; New Zealand
22.3.16. McKell Institute: Independent think tank.
13.6.22. Sydney Morning Herald
1.5.17. SACOSS, South Australian Council of Social services
26.1.14 The Hindu Newspaper